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Category Archive: Bright Art Licensing (Greeting cards blog)

  1. Brand Licensing Europe Fair 2016

    Brand Licensing Europe 2016 opened yesterday and we went along to see the show, from life-sized Teletubbies, to The Hoff… Yes that’s right, the actual Hoff … It was a truly vibrant and exciting event to behold!  As a literary agency and children’s content leader, Bright specializes in pre-school publishing as well as children’s content up […]

  2. BAL At The Henries Awards 2016

    We attended The Henries awards last night with great excitement as a number of our clients and artists were in the runnings! It was a spectacular evening, with apparently the largest audience for over a decade and a Bollywood theme, with vibrant colour and sparkle everywhere, in an award show that sees the UK’s best greetings card […]

  3. Introducing Brand New Talent To Bright Art Licensing…

      INTRODUCING OUR BRAND NEW ARTISTS… With 4 brilliant new artists on the Bright Art Licensing books, we’ve shared some of their lovely artwork with you below, as well as a range of new card designs from our roster of bright illustrators, from christmas to occasions: Emily Rand After graduating from the London College of Communication in 2008, Emily spent some […]

  4. Launching The Bright Collection…

    On Tuesday night we held the private view of our brand new exhibition, The Bright Collection — a celebration of work by Bright artists across the globe. With the official public launch taking place on Sunday, in timing with the St John’s Hill street fair, here’s a preview of the stunning artwork on show. Artists featured: Feronia […]

  5. A Celebration of All Things Illustration Upon St John’s Hill…

    Why we opened The Bright Emporium: To celebrate our artists work and share it with the public, the agency has opened The Bright Emporium, a unique space that opens a window for customers into the illustration and children’s book world. This creative combined gallery, event space, boutique shop and licensing agency champions all things books! Through the Bright Emporium, […]

  6. BIG NEWS! New Team Member Joins Bright Art Licensing…

      Bright represents some of the top artists and designers for Art Licensing within the stationery, gift, home, print and card industries.  The Licensing team continually work with Bright’s impressive artist list to develop beautiful designs and concepts, providing trend boards and inspiration directly in line with you, the client’s, latest design briefs. We also attend and […]

  7. A Behind the Book Bake Off Special with Clair Rossiter…

    For anyone who has waited all year for the next series of the BBC’s Great British Bake Off, well… it’s that time of year again! With this much loved series being back on our screens, 2015 winner, Nadiya Hussain is about to publish her first children’s book with Hachette [released 8th September 2016] combining recipes and stories, and perfectly matched […]

  8. Fiona Kenny joins the Bright Art Licensing Team as new Agent

    Art Licensing agent Fiona Kenny has joined illustration agency Bright Group international’s London office. Kenny reports directly to Senior Art Licensing Agent Hannah Curtis. She will work with some of the department’s existing clients as well as looking for new opportunities and creative talent. Fiona has worked in licensing for nearly 5 years and has […]

  9. Bright Group Hires New Contracts Manager, Sandra Tharumalingam

      Contracts Manager Sandra Tharumalingam Willmer has joined illustrator agency Bright Group International’s London office. Tharumalingam Willmer whose official title at Bright is Global Contracts Manager, reports directly to F.D. Eamonn O’Domhnaill. She will be overseeing all contracts for the group and working closely with all agents and finance. She will assist Bright in reviewing […]

  10. Fiona Woodcock — From Art Licensing to Children’s Books and Beyond…

    At Bright we work with all genres of illustration, and our Art Licensing division is a huge part of the company. The wonderful thing about working with illustrators is how versatile they can be in terms of design, allowing their work to cross between our two main genres — those being the greetings card industry […]

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